- more than 42 percent of Americans qualified as “obese” in 2017-2018, marking a 31 percent spike since 1999-2000. More than 70 percent of adults 20 years old and older were overweight. https://t.co/0fM5RhtHuO— Cernovich (@Cernovich) December 4, 2021
Staggering. Soon, only one out of every fourth person will be at a healthy weight. The food companies sell sweet poison and the pharma firms provide you easy pills to survive for a while. It's an insidious system. Though, at the end of the day, you have to wake up and decide to change your eating habits. It's not easy but that's life.
A few suggestions from experience:
- Limit your meals to a six-hour window in a day. Even better, move to one meal a day if you can; drink only water for lunch or dinner.
- Drastically reduce your intake of carbs (bread, rice, pasta, etc.) and sugary foods and drinks.
- Fats and proteins are your friends: butter, eggs, chicken, fish, beef, etc.
- Walk. An average of half-hour per day will make one lose roughly one pound per month. It doesn't sound like a lot but it definitely adds up over time.
Remember, this isn't a diet plan for a few months. It's a consistent effort for the rest of your life. It's uncomfortable and most likely painful in the beginning but the mind and body will adapt and improve.